BEST WESTERN Premier Hotel Lanzcarre
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... church was under renovation, it was still open to inspection. Apparently most catholic churches never lock their doors, unlike their protestant rivals! It is always quite weird walking around an empty church, but the church is the symbolic centre of village life and is seen as a meeting place as well as a spiritual place.
After that it was time for trifle cups and the Formula One! You can't get a more relaxing day!
... building up the factories in Mannheim, the family moved to Ladenburg in 1906, where Carl opened up a new workshop with his sons following some business disputes. They remained there until their respective deaths in 1929 at age 84 and 1944, when Bertha died two days after her 95th birthday. And to think that most people including myself, haven't even heard of the town before! Their family home and the first purpose build car ...
... as before you know
it there is a car approaching from behind at mighty speed.
After about 100 miles I was ready for a coffee and just there ahead I saw a
sign saying "cafe/bank 5km" and as I had left all my Euros and spending money at
home I decided this would be a good place to get some foreign cash.
Parked up and inside I go. Just inside the door are two machines what look
like the normal standard cash machines. I insert my card and press "English", it ...
... Three days later we moved on to Germany. Andrew had meetings at BASF in Mannheim. It's hard to fathom the enormity of BASF. They employ thirty thousand people at their location near Mannheim. Sophia, Meredith, and I barely saw Andrew while we were there because he was "working" fourteen hour days. I’m sure work was done, but we also heard about his tour of the BASF wine cellar and some fancy dinners. Meanwhile, the girls and ...
... and we were on the first level for around an hour!
It soon became apparent that the museum was going to be an all day job as we went through looking at exhibits such as old clocks, pocket watches and time clocks with punch cards. There was a sign that said 'Der Luxus der genaue Zeit' which translates to the luxury of exact time. Previuosly before mechanical clocks, people had to rely on sun dials, candles or pocket ring sundials that you held up to the sun. Such things gave ...